February 21, 2006

Volume 102, Issue 43

Stories from the February 21, 2006 issue of the GW Hatchet. View a PDF version of this issue.

Moving out and moving on

A lot of things change after graduation, but post-college housing doesn’t have to be one of them. Jessica Glynn, a 2005 graduate, dubs her apartment building the “dorm for professionals.” The Meridian at Gallery Place, a luxury rental apartment building, is home to dozens of recent GW graduates. Glynn estimated that about 50 recent graduates […]

WEB EXTRA: GW cosponsoring local gameshow

University officials announced this month that GW will be co-sponsoring “It’s Academic,” a television quiz show for high school students and the longest running quiz show on the small screen. Originally broadcast in 1961, “It’s Academic” provides a forum for students from 81 area high schools to compete in a fast-paced quiz show featuring questions […]

A house of their own

The residents of 522 22nd St. are happy to entertain visitors. In a townhouse with wireless Internet, delivery service, housekeeping, a full kitchen and a backyard for grilling, there is a lot to show off. So, when 15 students showed up there last month to discuss and watch news coverage of the Palestinian election, everyone […]

Hall History

The Hall on Virginia Avenue is GW’s residence hall claim to fame. Everyone knows room 723 was used as a lookout for the famous Watergate break-in that led to President Richard Nixon’s downfall. Other residence halls shouldn’t feel too left out, though. Plenty of GW’s dorms have had their own moment in history. Jacqueline Bouvier […]

Apartment hunting tips

Young adults, especially college students, have both inexperience in the real estate market and limited funds working against them when they set out to rent that first apartment. Whether graduation is approaching or you are considering moving off campus next year, here are a few tips that can make apartment hunting more productive and less […]

Men squash Spiders, win 14th straight

Start the slideshow! RICHMOND, Va. – Another GW men’s basketball game, another win, another goal accomplished. GW tied the school record with its 14th straight win Saturday evening, a 64-51 victory over Richmond, in which the No. 6 Colonials never trailed. The win also marked the first time the Colonials (22-1, 12-0 Atlantic 10) have […]

Will Dempster: Where are the great expectations

RICHMOND, Va. – If one were to listen to the Colonials at post-game news conferences, it would appear the team has run out of goals. With Bob Tallent – the last GW head coach to defeat Richmond on the road – on hand, the Colonials completed the season sweep of the Spiders with a 64-51 […]

Women split games

Presidents’ Weekend held mixed results for the women’s basketball team. The Colonials (18-7, 11-3 Atlantic-10) fell 67-63 Sunday to visiting Richmond two days after defeating La Salle 67-49. Sunday’s loss snapped an 11-game home winning streak dating back to Dec. 7. It was also the Spiders’ first victory over the Colonials since 1982 and in […]

Experts warn that iPods are particularly dangerous

A new lawsuit and medical experts are making noise over the health risks posed to users of portable music players such as Apple’s iPod, which can play music loud enough to lead to hearing loss. Hearing specialists around the country, including at GW, said young adults are not careful enough when using potentially deafening portable […]

Men’s Notes

Three players named to NABC district squads Senior Pops Mensah-Bonsu was named to a National Association of Basketball Coaches all-district first team. The 6-foot-9 senior was named to the squad along with West Virginia’s Kevin Pittsnogle and Mike Gansey. Georgetown’s Jeff Green and George Mason’s Jai Lewis rounded out the first squad for the regional […]